Charro Steak

August 4, 2017

America’s First Family of Mexican Food proudly brings to life in historic downtown Tucson a culinary vision that has been cooking in their thoughts since way back in 1922 when they first started in business.  And like their famous affiliate, El Charro Cafe, Charro Steak is named after the Charro horsemen of Mexico and inspired […]


Street Taco & Beer Co.

January 9, 2015


Penca

August 26, 2011

Located in historic downtown Tucson, Penca Restaurante offers outstanding fresh cuisine, a seasonal selection of traditional dishes from Central Mexico and an international bar featuring over 30 mezcales, premium tequilas, award winning craft cocktails, an old world wine list and more. A beautifully renovated building from the 1920’s, the interior at Penca is a charming blend […]


Little Cafe Poca Cosa

June 3, 2011

Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch. This diminutive off shoot of the Davila legacy puts considerable effort into vegan and vegetarian choices that can please even the most Neanderthal of carnivores.


La Cocina Restaurant

June 3, 2011

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday and Monday. Southwestern and American cuisine served in a Spanish-style courtyard and patio.


El Charro Café

June 3, 2011

El Charro Café is the nation’s oldest Mexican restaurant in continuous operation by the same family. Home of the chimichanga (Tia Monica Flin, is well-known as “The Inventor of The Chimichanga”), El Charro serves delicious Sonoran style and innovative Tucson style Mexican Food. Named one of 21 legendary gourmet restaurants by Classic Cooking Magazine, El […]


Cafe Poca Cosa

May 27, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. Your out-of-town guest may be a little thrown off by the menu board brought in lieu of traditional menus, but the everchanging, Latin American creations of Suzana Davila will more than make up for it at this upbeat, urban gathering place.